After years of failed starts, the $250 million center's construction will finally kick off on Dec. 14.
With cold weather settling in, the elements represent another challenge for the thousands of custodians, card dealers, and service staff striking for a better contract.
The annual tree lighting will take place later this month. The 64-foot tall spruce was chopped down in northern Michigan.
Grand Circus Park will be the place to be come Monday ahead of the Lions taking on the Las Vegas Raiders.
The latest addition replaces an old blighted tire manufacturing site left abandoned in the 1980s.
Power washing the pavers began Tuesday with plenty of other repairs expected over the winter.
Grab your pink-colored everything and make sure you're downtown this week.
A new luxury high-rise apartment building is under construction at the former site of the Joe Louis Arena
The 67-year-old victim was crossing the street in Downtown Detroit when a DDOT bus fatally ran over her.
Michigan State has been making investments in Detroit to open up incubators and other education and training programs over the past year.
The love story between Taylor Swift and her fans will be on full display in Detroit this weekend.
The Detroit City Council has approved a tax break of close to $52 million for the next decade to make way for four residential and commercial buildings in downtown as part of the Ilitch organization and Stephen Ross' District Detroit development plan.
11 movies starting will show this summer, with the first film playing on June 7.
One council member wants gun free zones. Police are partnering with the U.S. Attorney's Office. Pastor Mo has a different idea of reducing gun violence in Detroit.
Detroit Police Chief James White held an update on Monday after a violent weekend in the city that ended with two people dead and dozens hurt dating back to last Thursday.
Police confirm they have one adult in custody for questioning.
There's an old Johnny Cash song simply titled "Don’t Take your Guns to Town". That's the message from Detroit Police - don't bring your guns downtown.
Detroit's St. Patrick's Parade is one of the largest St. Patrick's parades in the country attracting between 80,000 and 100,000 people each year.
The casino said the rule change went into effect this week, allowing for two sections where people can smoke.
The 12th Annual Menorah in the D celebration takes place Sunday, Dec. 18 at 5p.m. in Campus Martius. A live stream of the event will also be available.